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Marcella Durand is the author of AREA and Traffic & Weather. Her collaboration with Tina Darragh, Deep Eco Pre, is forthcoming this winter from Little Red Leaves.
MARCELLA DURAND's new chapbook, Rays of the Shadow, is out this fall from Tent Editions.
Marcella Durand is currently the editor of the Poetry Project Newsletter and the co-editor of an anthology of contemporary French poetry (Talisman, forthcoming).
Marcella Durand's latest publications is Le Jardin de M. (Garden of M.), translated by Olivier Brossard into French (éditions joca seria, 2016). Her other books include Deep Eco Pré, a collaboration with Tina Darragh, AREA, Traffic & Weather, Western Capital Rhapsodies, City of Ports and Lapsus Linguae.
Marcella Durand is the author of The Prospect (Delete Press, 2020) and a recent recipient of the C.D. Wright Award in Poetry from the Foundation of Contemporary Art.